Hell In A Bucket, Althea, Little Red Rooster, Brown Eyed Women, Broken Arrow, Stagger Lee, Eternity* China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Samba In The Rain, Playin' In The Band-> Uncle John's Band-> Drums-> Space-> Box Of Rain, Stella Blue, Throwin' Stones-> One More Saturday Night, E: Liberty
Outstanding audience recording with some minor wind phasing and unobtrusive audience. Monster Stella Blue. Just barely misses fitting on two 80 minute discs...
January 23, 2012 Subject:
the Stella is outstanding. good stuff here. For 95 its a 5 star show. Considering the state of affairs at this point its a 5 star show. Recording sounds good and intensity is strong. thx jerry
June 2, 2009 Subject:
Don't diss phil's voice and wrap it up like you are complementing him in your review. Bob's smooth voice? Maybe. Phil's voice it majestic to me. Nowadays, I can barely handle how Weir has evolved since 95. For some reason, people like to pretend like it is a 'givin' that everyone thinks phil's voice sucks. What's worse is when people throw him a bone by mentioning how they were suprised at how good he sang on whatever song. Get this: Phil vocals are and always were awesome, and rooted in what the very definition of Grateful Dead music is and what always was and will be. Phil is the man. I never heard a phil tune I didn't dig.
I must confess to a soft spot in my hear for Phil and this song in general. He does not has the smooth? delivery of Weir or the vocal majesty that was Garcia. However his heart shines true! Oh and the rest of the show rocks as well.LOL
June 2, 2008 Subject:
And very good show; moving ahead the whole time. Always crossing your fingers in this year, but a very nice string of moments in this one and some truly high moments.
Unfortunatly, Sat and Sun are overshadowed in my memory by Friday night's life changer. However, I will never forget the last five tunes, and how bout Unbroken Chain. Yeah, yeah... not like they could have done it in the '80's, but... did they?
God Bless The Grateful Dead
July 27, 2006 Subject:
My last so I went out on a surprisingly good note. Nothing overwhelming, but having witnessed the debacle in the desert 2 weeks earlier I was happy with the performance. Jerry's guitar is up and down. takes him half of bucket to start playing, but nothing compared to the East coast 95 shows. If you dig 95's this is probably a show that would be a safe bet.
December 21, 2005 Subject:
June 29, 2005 Subject:
My last show -- it was good enough way to end it
My last show, so it all ended on a good enough note. "A" quality AUD sound, as is typical for good old reliable Shoreline. Had just come from a positively crappy show and scene in Portland (5/28/95), and was about to swear off shows altogether when this positive experience happened...so my wife and I decided that we'd only go to Bay Area shows from here on out. Althea was a nice highlight, but there are others. RIP Jerry.